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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
MONDAY. OCT. 8. 190G
TME LAKE COUNTY TIMES
AN EVKNINC. NEWSPAPKR PUHLIS1I
Kl) BV TDK LAKE COUNTY PRINT
ING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY...
"Entered as second-class matter June, j
2S, 1006, at the postofnee at Hammond,
Indiana, under the Act of Congress,
March 3, 1ST9."
Offices in IIaini;!oiiil building. Ham-
mind, Ii-d. Tc-It-phone, 111.
I
flilcitK" O flier.
Room 1502 Tribune Building, Hugh W.
Montgomery, representative.
Terms of .ubcrltton.
Yearlv- 13.00
Half Yearly 11.50
Jilngl Copies 1 cent
Net Daily PAID
Circulation
October 1, 1906,
fl'1
MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1906.
'savi: Tin: fa ii sis.- jji:s hill.
James J. Hill's
Common lal an:.u
tontairied much fi
called attention t
speech before the
iti.'u h t Saturday
od f ir thon-vht. He
the fact 1
in t the
: ty not
s, nor
rnisht
Eng
salvation uf the L'nlted States
in the manufacturing " imlnsu i
yet In the mines, rich as l!i -.-be,
but In our agriculture. He
-d but the nib-take made by .i
land in nursing her ntanufarlui ies at
the expense of her farms and cited as
proof of the evil the fact that . New
England, which not so very many years
ago led the country, '.vas now on the
decline, wl ile other sections were corn
inn to the front as dangerous rivals.
The keynote of his address was
"Save the Farms." There can be no
doubt of the wisdom of this sage coun
sel. Th'- world can get along very
nir-ely without a :ieat n.anv luxuries
thfit are manufactured in the great in
duatrial centers, but it can never get
along without' the fruits of the soil.
Indeed, all of what constitutes lux
tiry is the direct product of the soil
and when the necessities are provided,
the luxurbs will take care of them
selves. This is indisputably proven by the
fact that the' crops of the country
regulate to a very important extent
th'- financial status of the nation.
When the harrest s good, linns are
good. There is a great deal of talk
ubout the dangers presented by
changes in government administration
but it will be noticed that linancial de
pression whether following t the
wake of a change in the political sit
uation or not is always accompanied
by general crop failures throughout
the country.
Mr. Hill dwelt somewhat upon the
dangerous rivalry that loomed upon
th? horizon of the western world. In
the time when the orient would recog
nize the Importance of machinery In
the manufacture of textiles. Ho de
clared the United states could never
"nope to compete with the oriental labor
Under conditions of mechanical equal
ity. He also pointed out that the mining-
products of this country were
bound to give out In time, and that
mining would yearly become more ex
pensive to the operator and by the
same token to the consumer, as the
attainment of ores and minerals be
came ft mor? difficult process.
In view of all these facts the people,
lie argued, could not do 1 iter than
to guard with a jealous eye the agri
cultural jesources of the country, con
serving the high stauda -d of the pial
ity of the soil and preserving the for
ests, with an eye to the future chang
ed conditions and needs.
AFI'l-MI, TO I1KCKXCY,
Editor The Lark CorvTv Times:
As a subscriber and reader of Th?
Times I have read many articles of
censure covering the "dump" as you
call it, and I am givatly interested In
.the same What wl'.l West Hammond's
future be?
This is the question which is now
being considered -by the moral and
peacable population of the village.
It has been the talk of the village for
f"Tne time, and it wiM be until the
next election is held, which will de
cide for us whether it will be an
other two years" reign of lawlessness,
boodlinu-. M'ikism (not to be forgot
ten), or whether it will be a reign
of peace, managed by n set of moral
citizens who will drive out the present
evils and restore the peace of bygone
yea rs.
Citizens, let it be your ai: make
it a resolve to nominate good men at
our next election, fot two mo-c years
of Mak's government will corr- pt the
village and everything thnt is l: it.
Let i;s drop the sewer question, the
Improvements, and give our thoughts
to morality. Let -morality" become
our motto from now on. even if we
still luve the M.ik clique and the di
vision power. Furthermore. Jet us
oust that Chicago srafter. V i r'eman.
and select somebody from f lo.-ai
field to take his place.
First, clean the vlllnre 'morally and
thm phxsically. If thi.s is doru est
Hammonds futuie will again do ag
bright as it was in former years.
A WEST I IAMXION P ITE.
WITH THEEDITORS.
Promptness is one of th" tilings
which every young man shoui.! learn
It's as necessary to be prompt ::i busi
ness affairs as it Is to have s: perfect
character. Some men exact implicit
promptness in business, but others are
satisfied if their help is reasonably so.
In business much depends upon the
promptness in which orders are filled
and obligations are met. The concern
that has such a reputation has a
prestige that brings in many an un
solicited order. It is an unpardonable
mistake for a young man to allow him
self to ignore the importance of being
prompt. Promptness in carrying out
Cafi i
JVHt
orders i3 what made Napoleon such a
formidable opponent. It is this same
promptness which causes employers to
estimate the "worth it their employes.
There are degrrees of promptness which
we are all familiar with: The man who
is always ready on the moment stipu
lated, and the man v. ho is always ten
or twenty minutes late. The one who Is
prompt wins the aimrohaliou of those
around him, but the man who is not
prompt causes considerable unnecessary
annoyance. The Mirror.
Between Trains
TrufU f Slransi-r than Fiction.
A sailor named Taylor was wrecked on
a whalfi the sea w;'.s about to pre
vail, When lucky for Taylor the foundering
whaler caught up with a si umbering
whaie.
"In
order to sail her to harbor,"
sa id
this
the
the
Taylor, "myself I'll avail o'
gab-."
Taylor the sailor, the sail o
habr did nail o'er the tail o"
whale. Life.
So
The words which are stamped on
the lid and sides of a cigar box are
not merely fancy names, but terms
actually descriptive-' of the cigar," said
a tobacconist yesterday, "though few
smokers take the trouble to find o it
the si-tiineance uf these terms.
"On the lid is the name of the ci;;i
by which it Is known to the trade.
The front of the box describes the
shape and size, as Concha. Reina.
Regalias, which state the shape, and
Petfectos, Infantes, Prince-ssra and tin
like, which signify the size. They
may be combined to state both the size
and shape.
"At the back of the box, where the
lid turns over, is stamped the quality
of the cigar Superfina. Fina, Flora.
Superior and Pueno being the terms
In the descending scale.
"The color of the cigar is declared
on the right hand side or end of the
box. Claro signfies the lightest col
ored; Colorado Claro, rather darker;
Colorad, dark; Colorado Maduro, dark
er; Maduro, very dark; Oseurd, ex
tremely dark, and Negro, darkest."
When John IX Rockefeller gives some
city a. small fortune for the purpose
of erecting a library, certain yellow
journals are. ready to accuse the rich
est man in the world of raising the
price of nil one-quaiter of a cent in
order to pay for it. The editor of
this yellow journal happens to lie con
ducting a costly campaign for gov
ernor of New York and the price of
his Chicago , paper has Jumped from
TiO cents to 60. Is this merely a coin
cidence, or is tiie politician with the
check book learning somethings from
the columns of his own paper.
OBITtMHY NOTICES.
Annie Williams, aged 39, Hessville,
died at Tt. Margaret's hospital. Fu
neral Wednesday afternoon at Oak Hill
cemetery.
Mrs.Sophia Nelson, aged 27, and infant
child, will be buried Tuesday afternoon
at Oak Hill cemetery. Services will be
held at the late home, 616 Truman
street at 2 o'clock.
Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Whitten.
Funeral tomorrow afternoon at Oak
Hill.
John Christa. aged 32. Indiana Har
bor. Mr. Christa was injured in the
mills some time ago and died as the re
sult of his injuries. Funeral arrange
ments have not been made.
CAKI) OF TIIAXKS.
We desire to thank our many friends
for their acts of kindness and expres
sions of sympathy during our late be
reavement in the death of our daugh
ter and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Frank F.
Young and family.
HERE ARE THE FACTS
THAT SPELL SUCCESS
For the tiuckers and farmers in the
Gulf Coast region of Texas. Success
In that country does not depend on
uncertain weather and irregular rain
fall. AVith the rich soil, the bounti
ful supply of water for irrigation, and
the splendid, healthful climate the year
'round, the poorest, even the inexperi
enced trucker can iimkn more than
$100 an acre, while the experienced
man will make from $200 to $S0O an
acre. Ileie is whfct some of them are
now doing in that section: Piper Bros.,
Brownsville. Texis. on raw land,$423
nn acre from enbbsgej Mr. Ceo. Hoff
man, Kingsville, $500 nn acre fiom
onlon; and $32. an ncre from carrots;
.Mr. XV. It. I.andruni, Olmito. $4S0 au
acre from lettuce; Ir. I. n. Ulalack,
Brownsville, "0 ton sugar ranr per
acre. $4 per ton; ?240 an nere; Mr.
Cnar Kleberg, Kingsville, 4SO an
acre from onionnt Mr. I.. C. rnekrtt.
Hidalgo. S cuttings alfalfa, average 1
tone per cutting, sold at $12 per ton;
?! per acre; Mr. John Closner, Hi
dalgo. 3 crops corn In 15 month, yield
50 bushels per acre each crop.ir.O bnh
cl per acre In 15 mouth. Tomatoes
in midwinter! Roasting ears and vege
table out of yemr garden for your
Xmas dinner! Potatoes and carrots
marketed in March! When one crop is
harvested you prepare for the next and
then for the third, all in one year:
Perfect winters and delightful sum
mers! Four weeks ahead of Califor
nia in the early high-priced markets
with your tender vegetables. 1.500
miles nearer the markets, and a freight
rate only two-fifths as much, who
couldn't make money in this country
growing truck and fruit? Land from
$12 to $30 per acre, easy terms. Quit
rerting. Mr. Trucker; go down and
buy yourself a tract of this garden
land, and become independent Go
with us October 16. Round trip ffrom
Chicago only $25 Address
THE SH0WA1TER LAND AGENCY
EAST CHICAGO. IM).
Rock Island-Frisco system.
FINANCE AND TRADE
(Special Stock Service to tlie Lake
County Times).
NEW YORK LETTER.
New York, Oct. S. Stocks opened
strong this morning In sympathy with
higher prices from London. The bril
liant feature was American Smelter
which scored an advance of rve points
compared with Saturday night's clos
ing. The buying of this issue was of the
very best. Guggenheim and his fol
lowers were the mo-Jt prominent buy
ers. Union Pacific also scored an advance
of two points over Saturday's closing.
The Harriman Interests were active
buyers of this issue. The trade was
on a large scale, and anything over
lsS met selling orders In the thou
sands. In the industrial group Amalgamated
Copper was particularly strong, selling
above 116, which is a new record on
this bull movement. There is no doubt
but what the advance in the metal is
legitimate and not Inflation, therefore
the coppet stock should sell In the
neighborhood of 120, basing on the fact
that they will undoubtedly declare a
dividend of 10 per cent at their next
meeting.
The market closed firm and with a
higher tendency. All of the active
stocks maintained their advance.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Description.
A tchison
t--h. pfd..
Open
1 0 i !
101 U
136
453
114
High
1 0 4 1, i
1 0 1
136
46
116 i i
isjH
91 ,8
76
992
8 68
123 Vi
68 78
7S
19
6?
33
77
57
401i
i'0
36
179-
141
3S
43
t 7
70
4
77
70
36V3,
29
60 Vi
Low
103 2
101
135
4 5 Vi
114
Close
103
101
136
4 6i
1 1 fi 14
ru. S-ugar..
Am. Car....
Amal. Cop . .
Am. Smelt . .
Am. Ice Sees
Am. Locom.
Am. Tob, pfd
Am. Wool . .
B. & O
Biscuit
Brook. R. T.
C. & G. W. . .
158
91 J.s
7;
99
3fi
122
6SV3
TS
IS Si
62
34
r. A
7 4
99
26
122
6S 2
77
18
2
34
77
56.
40
20
36
17 'Vi
141
3S
43
97
69
4S
77
70
28
59
147
21
36
71
9S
77
140
96
4S
37
140
53
1'2'i
3S
9S
21
67
49
94
r.o
175b
47
38
162.
31
1S7
4SH
107
39
20
4 44
27
56
76
99
36
12i
68
78
19
6?
3o
77
56
40
20
36
17!)
141
3S
43
9T
70
4f
77
70
36
2S
60
147
22
.16
71
98
78
140
97
48
37
141
54
153
SS
98
' 29
67
49
94
36
175
50
39
162
31
18f
48
107
Ches,
C. &
C. &
O. F.
Col.
& r.
A. com
A. pfd.
& 1
South . .
Puts. .
77 i;
40
.36
i?y 1i
141-
38
Corn
Cotton
Cunad
Oil. .
Pac
Coast Line
Cent. Leath
Denver com
Det. U. By.
Distillers ..
12 1 ie com . . .
Erie, 1st...
Erie, 2nd...
Interboro
K. C. S. cm.
43
'J 7
70 4
48
70
30 S
29Ts
K. C.
L. &
Alex.
M. K.
M. K.
S. pfd 59
N 147i
147
22m,
37
7 1
79
110
97
48 V,
S7-4
141
54
153a
39
39
30
68
49
95
36
176
50
39
162V2
31
Cent
22
T .cm
T. pfd
3j',i
71
98
Mo.
Nat
Pac
Lead. . .
77
140
37 'i
140
ir..i v.
3S;i
N. Y. C. . .
N. & W...
Ont. & AY. .
Pac. Mall..
Pennsyl
Pressed Stl
Reading . .
Hep. I. & S..
R. I. & S. pfd
R. I. com..
R. I. pfd...
Rubber
South Pac.
Wo. Kv. com.
St. Paul...l
09
68
49 7k
9i T
36
54
St L S 2dpfd 47
Texas Pac. 37 Tg
T. C. & I. .. 1 62 i2
Tol. R. & L. 31
Union Pac. 1X7
U. S. Steel. . 4 S ?i 4 9
U. S. Stl pfdl0Sii
188 V,
49
108
40
20
44U
Va. Chemie
39i
Wabash
Wabash pfd
AVis. Cent .
AY. C. pfd.
AVestern U.
20
4 4.i.
44
27
57
37
-1-4 - 1
' 1 :
66 57
S7 87
8.
Mot:e- closed 4 per cent.
Total sales 912.200.
51
;;un a
Description. Open High Low Close
Wheat.
Dec.
Mav
lnly
Corn.
Dec.
May
.1 i.l v
OatH.
I e c.
Mav
.Tulv
Pork,
lan
74 73 74 b
78 77 78 78
42H 42 42b
43 42 43b
43 43 43
34-4 ?3 3-b
3-.:i 35- 3Sya
34 33 34
1357 1342-45 13.7
892 890 R90
810 802 StOu
.77b
42
.43-43
.43
.34
.33
.1347
Lard,
Oct
.S90
Dec.
Jan 790
nibs.
.Tan 72-25-22
Oct. Sl-ib
:97-S00 790
797
730-32
S35b
730-32 721
835 S20
CHICAGO LETTER.
Chicago, Sept. 8. AA'heat opened a
trifle firmer this morning. News from
the northwst was of a better charac
ter than heretofore, also buying or
ders emanated from that quarter.
The foreign markets were quoted a
half penny lower, but this did riot
seem to have any effect upon our
prices, as the market showed a strong
undertone from the opening gong.
AV'heat advanced a half cent on buying
by people who usually operate for the
larger elevator cencerns. The market
closed strong within one eighth of the
highest price of the day.
CORN. Market was a little more act
ive than usual. The May option sell
ing up one half cent higher than Sat
urday. Anticipation of receipts of new corn
has been the bear argument on this
cereal. Cash corn in the sample mar
ket is reported one-half cent higher.
The Cash situation generally is good,
300,000 bushels of corn were sold to
exporters today. The market closed
firm with the advance well sustained.
The trading in oats was on a large
scale. The May option scored an ad
vance of one-hair cent. The buying
was of the same class that hat been in
evidence the past two weeks and these
people base their operations on the
fact that there Is undoubtedly a short
age of oats and that the May option
should sell at least 40 cents a bushel.
The market closed strone.
HBARD OX THE BOIRSE,
New York. Oct. S. The ore deal with
Uhe United States Steel company looks
; like a very large thing for the Great
Northern; for the Steel company it will
figure out fair. This year the Steel
t company will use 23.000,000 tons of
jore; the 750.000 tons they will have to
j take as a minimum is only 2 per cent
of their total requirements for the
year. This is only bagatelle on the
total amount used. The price they
get the ore at is cheap, especially a
they do not invest one cent to make tt
and It requires no capital to take the
ore, it also gives them practical mo
nopoly of all the workable ore lands so
far discovered in this country. Even
when in the course of ten years or so
they get up to the maximum re
quirements of the lease they will oniy
have to take 30 per cent of what they
are now using. It keeps out of the
iron business any new competition
without costing the Steel company one
cent except that they will have to use
some Great Northern ore each year.
It looks like the best move Morgan
has ever made for the Steel company.
Jim Hill's speech ought to be read
by every bull on the stock market, es
pecially these In the west. Seldom.
If ever, has an able captain of finance
made such a speech; is was extremely
bullish on Chicago and the west, on the
railroads, St. Paul and Northwestern
and on Steel. The $75,000,000 town of
Gary will make Chicago and ail the
railroads centering there become coal
and ore moguls. It will make a new
Pittsburg at Gary and the northwest
will supply the ore and the railroads
and Chicago furnish the labor and cap
ture the freight; this coming from a
man like Jim Hill, who has been so
near right most of the time, is well
worth considering; it looks like very
much higher prices on Steel and Chi
cago railroads.
Hill himself has lately bought a big
jag of steel and Is still holding it.
General Electric is being put up on
Its large earnings; talk is an increase
in dividend which is more than prob
able, and that the General Electric
people have at last got control of lo
comotive. This ought to put that
stock up: Its earnings show up bet
ter than any other company so far this
year SO per cent increase in gross, 50
per cent increase in net.
Gold is still being imported $1,500,000
just having been engaged; looks like
cheaper money for at least next twd
weeks.
Steel is well bought only the tailers
are selling it for profit.
The directors of almagamated cop
per will have a meeting Oct. 19 to in
crease dividend. Their metal sold as
J. gh as 21 cents, therefore they can't
refuse to increase its dividend.
St. Paul is being accumulated on
every little recession and is one of the
best purchases on the list.
J. L. D.
HAMMOND MARKETS.
The following are the average prices
quoted In the local markets:
Flour, 501b 1.25.
Potatoes, bu 80c.
Butter, lb 30c.
Eggs, doz 26c.
Milk, qt 6c.
Sugar, lb 6c.
Cream, qt 24c.
Round steak, lb 14c.
Porterhouse Steak, lb 18-20c.
Pork, lb 16-17c.
Ham, lb 20-22c.
Sirloin steak, lb 16c.
Tomatoes 50-"0e.
Grapes, basket 20c.
Crab apples, bu 1.40
Head lettuce, head 10c.
Lima beans, lb 10c.
Peaches, bu 1.20
Celery, per stalk 5c.
Apples, bu 1.10
Kgg plant i 8-lOc.
Tears, bu 1.35.
B ATI I IN
Many people who take the very best
care of their body on the outside give
absolutely no thought to the cleansing
necessary inside. Just think how fool
ish this is. You use soap to keep the
skin clean and nothing to dislodge the
impurities in the s; Btem. Germs and
impurities are being taken into the
body continually. They are in the air
and In the food you eat, yet you let
them accumulate, expecting Nature to
pass them oft.
You wonder what causes pains in the
back and sides, headache, bloating.
belching and gases in the stomach, in
digestion, dyspepsia, and complaints of
a like character, when you are full of
dirt, germs and poisons that Nature re
fuses to work off naturally, and these
Impurities will stay there until you aid
Nature to dispel tnem.
Certain organs of the human system
may be called drains through which
Nature expels matter taken internally
These drains are bound to catch and
hold part of this. You may not know
this, may not feel t..e effects of this
accumulation, but it is taking place just
the same. AA'hen your health suddenly
breaks down, and not until then, you
turn to some medicine for relief. Why
not head off disease by cleaning your
entire system occasionally?
Quaker Herb Extract, a purely veg
etable compound, made from herbs,
roots, barks, berries, leaves and blos
soms, acts directly on the stomach
liver and kidneys and thoroughly clean-
s entire system.
Quaker Herb Extract Is for pale by
your local druggist, or is sent on re
ceipt of price, $1.00 Quaker Herb Co.,
Cincinnati, O.
Free booklet and circular sent to any
address upon request.
Russeli Sage Explained.
Once there was a man, says Harp
er's Weekly, who thought Uncle Rus
sell Sage ought to stop work. He
spoke to him about it. "Why get to
gether &ny more money, Mr. Sage?
You can't eat it; you can't drink it
What good will it do you?"
"Ever play maibles?" Uncle Rus
sell asked.
"Yea. when I was a boy.".
"Couldn't eat 'em, could you?
Couldn't drink 'em, could you? No
use to you, were they? What did
you play marbles for?"
New York Summer Exodus.
Thirty-two thousand homes were
closed in New York city while their
oecuc&nta are at the summer resorts.
SPORTING
NOTES
ADDITIONAL.
The Uke CoexTT Times has had pic
tures taken of the Hammond baseball
t.-am. the hiuh school football team
and Mve's Athlete, the victors in Die
game with Michigan City yesterday.
They w:'l appear shortly in the sport
ing page of this pr.per.
The game yesterday demonstrated
the. fact that Mee s Athletes have tae
mo King of a championship team. All
tiny need is practice, practice, prac
tice!
A nlpo Claims VtinmpionfchSit.
A'alparaiso defeated La Poite by the
score cf 3 to 2 at the Porter county
fair ground:-: yesterday, bt fore a crowd
estimated to be 4.000. The game was
advertised to be 1 laved for the cham
pionship of noithein Indiana. La
Porte's rally late n the p-.imo made
them look dangerous, but Valparaiso
pu'led out of the hole and fi:aHy won
the game.
Michigan City Defeats Cru n I'oiut.
Crcwn Tcint met ilefeat at the hands
of the strong Michigan City high school
team by the score of 33 to 0. The
lii st half was a Walkaway for the
Michigan City team and the fiist ses
sion ended with Ahe score 2S to 0.
Crown Point began to show strength
in the second half, however, when they
were aide to hold their opponents to
a single touchdown.
DANK STATEMENT.
COMMERCIAL BANK
Hammond, 111.
Thos. Hammond, President.
Chas. E. Ford, A'lce-President.
Jno. W. Dyer, Cashier.
Report of the condition of the Com
mercial Bank at Hammond, in the State
of Indiana, at the close of business on
October 1, 1906:
Resources
Loans and discounts $656,874.01
Overdrafts 289.20
Stocks and bonds 10.0S3.72
Furniture and Fixtures 3,500.00
Due from banks 135,334.85
Cash on hand 26,937.96
$S33,019.74
Liabilities--
Capital stock $100,000.00
Surplus fund... 25,000.00
Undivided Profits 7,454.52
Discount, exchange and In
terest 6,843.64
Dividends Unpaid
Certified checks 6.67
Deposits 693,714.91
$833,019.74
State of Indiana, County of Lake, ss.
I, John AA Dyer, Cashier of the Com
mercial Bank, Hammond, Indiana, do
solemnly swear that the above state
ment Is true.
JNO. AY. DYER.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 2d day of October, 1906.
Seal AAr ALTER II. HAMMOND.
Notary Public.
My commission expires December 11,
1906.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Cause No. 3022.
August G. Blocker vs. Relnhardt Kroll,
et al.
By virtue of an order of sale directed
to me from the Clerk of the Lake Su
perior Court I will expose to public
pale to the highest bidder for cash in
hand, at the east door of the Court
House in Crown Point. Indiana Satur
day, the 13th day of October, 1906, be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and
4 o'clock p. m., the rents and profits
for a period not exceeding seven years
of the following described real estate,
to wit: A part of the Northwest quar
ter of the Southwest quarter of Section
Thirty-one. Township Thirty-seven
North of Range Nine, West of the 2d
P. M. described as follows: Commenc
ing at a point 178 feet north of the
north side of the right of way of the
Michigan Central Railway, where the
west line of said section crosses said
right of way, thence south 63 degrees,
east 150 feet, and parallel with the
Michigan Central Railway, thence south
50 feet and parallel with the west line
of said section, thence north 63 de
grees, west 150 feet and parallel with
said Railway, thence north SO feet to
place of beginning, all in Lake County,
State of Indiana.
If such rents and pront3 will not sell
for a sufficient sum to Batisfy said
decree, interest and cost, 2 will at the
same time and place offer for sale the
fee simple in and to said real estate,
or as much thereof a3 may be sufficient
to satisfy said decree, Interest, cost and
accruing costs.
Taken as the property of Reinhardt
Kroll at the suit of August G. Blocker.
Said sale will be made without relief
from valuation or appraisement laws.
CHARLES J. DAUGHERTY.
Sheriff Lake County.
Stlnson Bros., Attorneys for Plaintiff.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Cause No. 3110.
Louise Morbeck vs. Frank M. Sparling,
Annie M. Sparling, his wife, and
Hammond Building. Loan and Sav
ings Association, a corporation.
By virtue of an order .-f sale directed
to me from the Clerk of the Lake Su
perior Court I will expose to public
sale to the highest bidder for cash in
hand ,at the east door of the Court
House in Crown Point. Indiana, on
1 Saturday, the 13th day of October, 1806.
j between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m.
ami 4 o clock p. ni., the rents and
profits for a period not exceeding seven
years of the following described real
estate, to wit: The East One-half of
Lot Twenty-five (25) In Block Two (2)
in Wilcox and Godfrey's Addition to the
town, now City of Hammond in Lake
County, Indiana.
If such rents and profits will r.ot
sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy said
decree, interest and cost. I will at the
same time and place offer for sale the
I fee simple in and to said real estate.
or as mucn tnereor as may Be aumcient
to satisfy said decree, interest, cojt and
accruing costs.
Taken as the property of Frank M.
Sparling and Annie M. Sparling, his
wife, at the suit of Louise Morbeck.
Said sale will be made without relief
from valuation or appraisement laws.
CHAHLES J. DAUGHERTY.
s Sheriff Lake Courty
Stlnson Br.-. Attorneys for Plaintiff.
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